Fund Development Coordinator

Position Profile

Position Title:
Fund Development Coordinator
Hours of Work:
0.8 EFT- 28 hours/week, evenings and weekends required occasionally
Job Status:
Part-Time Permanent
Reports to:
Executive Director
Compensation:
Salary $38,000/year plus individual benefits coverage
Closing Date:

 

May 27, 2022

Application Requirements:

1) A resume and cover letter detailing your interest and relevant experience for the position

VISION:

Mental Wellness for All 

MISSION:

To provide quality mental health education and value-based peer support for Manitobans and their families dealing with mental health challenges. 

VALUES:
  • Authenticity
  • Integrity
  • Respect
  • Support
  • Holistic
Position Summary

Peer Connections Manitoba is a charitable organization that relies on funding from a variety of sources to operate its programs and services. The Fund Development Coordinator will work in partnership with the Executive Director to support all fundraising events/activities including:

  • Coordinating and supporting new and existing volunteer event committees

  • Providing administrative support throughout the fundraising event lifecycle

  • Developing and promoting a calendar of events

  • Liaising with existing sponsors and identifying/initiating new sponsorship/funding

  • Writing grant proposals and developing new fundraising event opportunities

  • Raising the profile of Peer Connections Manitoba within Manitoba

Peer Connections Manitoba Fund Development Coordinator Position Advertisement – May 2022

REQUIREMENTS OF THE ROLE

This role will be required to be physically or virtually present for meetings, supervision, and other discussions within the city of Winnipeg and various regions in the province as assigned.

This role may be required to attend meetings, forums, and other external events to represent the common purpose of Peer Connections Manitoba.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Volunteer Coordination

  • Work independently and collaboratively with existing volunteer event committees to secure sponsorship, develop and achieve fundraising goals
  • Recruit and maintain committee membership adequate for event support
  • Coordinate all aspects of fundraising events and activities

Leadership and Admin Support

  • Manage fundraising project workflow including day to day milestones in partnership with management
  • Provide regular reports/status updates to Executive Director and project stakeholders
  • Develop budget, track, and process all fundraising related financials in alignment with established organizational and fiscally responsible processes
  • Work with the Communications and Education Coordinator to promote fundraising events through various social media platforms, organization website, print media, newspaper, radio, and TV
  • Initiate and manage donor/sponsor engagement throughout the year
  • Source and write grant proposals in support of organizational vision, mission, and strategic direction
  • Create 3rd party fundraising guidelines and manage all related requests

To Apply:

Please forward your cover letter and resume to Sean Miller, Executive Director by email: [email protected]. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Peer Connections Manitoba Fund Development Coordinator Position Advertisement – May 2022

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Gillian Nattress
Vice President Peer Connections Manitoba
Gillian is the Vice President of the Board of Peer Connections Manitoba, who joined the board in March of 2020. Gillian is a Registered Nurse who is part of the management team with Shared Health. She manages the Support Staff and Nurses of the Float Pools at Health Sciences Centre. She has been a nurse for over 20 years and first became involved with the former Manitoba Schizophrenia Society when she worked for the University of Manitoba and brought nursing students to many of MSS educational programs. Gillian has family members living with mental illness and feel passionately about being a part of a culture that normalizes taking care of mental health.
Alex Sawatsky
President
Alex Sawatsky is the Director as well as an Associate Professor with the Faculty of Social Work at Booth University College where he has been teaching for the last 15 years.
His previous career was in mental health services in the U.S.  He was a member of the board of directors for 6 years with the Manitoba Institute of Registered Social Workers (MIRSW; 2007-2013) and presently a member of the board of directors of the Manitoba College of Social Workers (MCSW).
As of January 2017, he is newly elected as a member of the board of directors at the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society (MSS) and the acting president of the board of directors for Peer Connections Manitoba at this time.
In his spare time, he tries to run all the time and on trails as much as possible.  He still thinks it’s a hobby and not an obsession.

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Florence Keeper
My name is Florence Keeper, I am from Nelson House, known as Nischawasik Cree Nation. Grew up and attended school there, attended high school in Thompson. Later attended Brandon university. I am a mother of six, 5 sons, one daughter, a grandmother of two wonderful boys and a granddaughter. So, I’ve been busy! We’ve lived in Winnipeg now for 20 years.

My work experience has always been health delivery. Medical Transportation and Referral Services. WRHA with the Aboriginal Health Service as Discharge Planning Coordinator. I have been involved with Boards as a member in CMHA, Mental Health Community Service, Women’s Crisis Centre in Thompson. I retired in 2014, not my wish but due to health issues. In 2002, a loved one became ill with a mental illness. I found ourselves, meaning the whole family in distress. Not understanding the illness and our new journey began. With supports, resources various hospitals and community programs, we would have not survived. Today, we are in better situation but continue to live with it. When I asked to be member of the MMS board, I was eager as I feel I better understanding and can contribute to support the issue for others. I am proud to say we have provided support to other parents here and in the northern area as we know many people from there. I enjoy talking to people, reading, bead w travelling, explore new things when I can.

Felica Owadara
Hi everyone, my name is Felicia Owadara, but my family mostly calls me Felicity, and I am from Nigeria. I like going for a walk, and part of my daily routine is reading a book daily. I love to engage in meaningful conversation to enrich my knowledge.
Professionally, I worked for a couple of years as a health social worker in the Psychiatric Unit at the Teaching Hospital Ibadan, where I develop an interest in the social integration of mental health service users. I later travelled to the United Kingdom for a master’s degree in social policy and social work research. While I was in the UK, I joined the Kyra women project, an organization that focuses on women’s wellbeing, until I returned to my country.

I am currently undergoing a doctoral degree program at the Faculty of Social work, University of Manitoba; I am a member of the board of director for the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society agency, now referred to as Peer Connection. Joining the organization is relatively novel to me and shaping my experience and knowledge; I am happy to be here and help in a way that I could.

Stephanie Loewen
Secretary to the Board of Directors

Stephanie is the Executive Director of Policy, Programs and Learning for the Manitoba Civil Service Commission. She has been with the Manitoba Government for 12 years, with 10 years spent in mental health, suicide prevention, and addictions policy and oversight. Before government, Stephanie worked as the outreach manager for the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society for six years in both the south and northeastern regions of Manitoba. Since her teenage years, she has had a keen interest in mental health and well-being, playing “therapist” to her friends. Having experienced episodes of debilitating depression and anxiety in her early adulthood, she became well-aware of the inadequacies, gaps and barriers in the healthcare system, as well as in mental health services. Stephanie is a passionate advocate for mental health promotion, destigmatizing mental health and mental illness, and sharing our common and diverse human experiences with compassion, self-love, grace, and humour (wherever possible!) When not working, she loves beating her family in ping pong, tasting and rating Manitoba’s amazing craft beer selections, and listening to podcasts about leadership, self-compassion and bravery.

Gillian Nattress
Vice President Peer Connections Manitoba
Gillian is the Vice President of the Board of Peer Connections Manitoba, who joined the board in March of 2020. Gillian is a Registered Nurse who is part of the management team with Shared Health. She manages the Support Staff and Nurses of the Float Pools at Health Sciences Centre. She has been a nurse for over 20 years and first became involved with the former Manitoba Schizophrenia Society when she worked for the University of Manitoba and brought nursing students to many of MSS educational programs. Gillian has family members living with mental illness and feel passionately about being a part of a culture that normalizes taking care of mental health.
Best part of my workday; Recruiting future nurses and encouraging the development of best practice standards.
I love to decorate, cook, and bake, and am very social. I am looking forward to entertaining again sometime soon.

I am constantly making lists and checking off some accomplishments…makes me feel like I am getting somewhere with my daily tasks!

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